Compliance Book Club with Travis Waugh, Author

The SAI Global Compliance Book Club is open to everyone, and our inaugural selection was Fully Compliant: Compliance Training to Change Behavior by Travis Waugh.  

This quick, 179-page read is loaded with use cases, research, great analogies, and practical resources like “The Compliance Training Analysis Form” and “A Behavioral Training Plan Sample.” These are designed to help you operationalize some of the lessons and ideas Travis shares in the book.

The heart of the book is about modernizing how compliance training is thought of, built, and consumed, because “compliance training succeeds when you balance the needs of not just the organization but also the employees who you hope will learn and change their behavior.” 

About the Compliance Book Club

We announced the Compliance Book Club on National Compliance Officer Day, Sept. 26, because both share a common goal at their core; to bring ethics and compliance professionals together. We look forward to discussing this book with you, and appreciate both Travis Waugh and his publisher, ATD, volunteering their time and resources to help the compliance community. Happy reading! 

About the Author  

Travis Waugh is an instructional designer, developer, speaker, and author with specialized interests in philosophy, psychology, technology, and law. He has spent the last 15 years creating relevant, timely learning programs for professionals in a variety of settings, from international language schools to corporate America and higher education. As a dedicated learning professional, Travis tries, above all else, never to waste anyone’s time. In his personal life, Travis is an avid sports fan, classic movie buff, and proud father of a one-year old son. He is motivated by his dogged belief that people are generally good, and always worthy of good learning and development.  


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